Early fall is the time to stop pruning and fertilizing; divide your hostas, daylilies and iris At this point in the growing season, you should stop fertilizing your garden. Any new growth most likely would not Continue Reading.
Maximize your harvest by learning when and how to feed your vegetable plants Most summer vegetables are heavy feeders, with corn and tomatoes being some of the most massive nitrogen consumers. Of course, growing healthy, vibrant, Continue Reading.
Learn how to create a healthy and beautiful container garden Want to garden but don’t think you have enough room? Think again. You can garden even if you don’t have that much space. You can container Continue Reading.
Enjoy more control over growing conditions with higher yields and less work Container gardening is an easy way to grow vegetables, especially if you lack yard space. If you have a small garden or simply a Continue Reading.
Download the Gasper Guidebook today Plants classed as annuals are those which complete their life cycle within one year, or are not winter hardy. Annuals are some of our most useful garden flowers. With a rainbow Continue Reading.
Learn how to grow hydrangeas that bloom colorful flowers from summer into fall With immense flower heads, hydrangeas flaunt an old-fashioned charm that is hard to resist. Unrivaled in the shrub world for beautiful flowers, these Continue Reading.
April is the time to fertilize shrubs and perennials As your plants start to actively grow, now is the time to feed your trees, shrubs, and perennials with Dr. Earth Organic Fertilizer. Dr Earth blends of Continue Reading.
Vegetables play an important role in nutrition We all seem to be trying to eat healthier, more organically, and fresher. Nothing achieves that purpose better than your own home vegetable garden and doubly good if it’s Continue Reading.